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Black Cohosh: characteristics, cultivation and application

Black cohosh or cimicifuga (lat. Cimicifuga ) is a perennial flowering plant, a representative of the Ranunculaceae family. It got its name for its...

Caladium: popular types and flower care

Caladium is a flower popularly known as the "heart of Christ", "angel wings" or "elephant ears", famous for the shape and color of its...

Calamondin: description and cultivation at home

Calamondin or gentle citrus (Citrus mitis) is a member of the Rut family. The birthplace of culture is South China. Calamondin is a highly...

Calceolaria: how to care for and propagate the plant

Calceolaria (Calceolaria) belongs to the family Norichnikovye. Homeland - Central and South America. Calceolaria is a herbaceous flowering plant. It has dark green, slightly...

Calendula: what it looks like, how and when to plant seeds

In addition to the mass of useful properties, calendula also has high decorative qualities. These small yellow or orange flowers can decorate any border...

Calistegia: types and varieties, planting and care

Calistegia (lat. Calystegia ) is a herbaceous perennial, widespread in many countries. Belongs to the bindweed family, has the second name "povoy". Gardeners have...

Calla (Calla lily) – graceful flower

The calla flower is very popular in wedding bouquets because of its majesty and beauty. Are one of the most beautiful flowers with a...

Callisia

The genus name Callisia comes from the Greek words kalos ("beautiful") and lis ("lily"). Representatives of the genus grow in humid, semi-shady places in...

Callistemon: description of varieties, care and reproduction

Callistemon or beautiful stamen (Callistemon) belongs to the Myrtle family. Homeland - Australia, New Zealand. Due to the unusual appearance of the flowers, there...

Calochortus: characteristics, planting and care

Calochortu – bulbous plant from the lily family. Valued for inflorescences of an unusual shape, similar to moths. This beautiful flower always stands out...

Camassia (Camassia) – bulb culture for the garden

Description: The name was borrowed from the inhabitants of North America, who used the onion of some species as food. Camassia grow on open...

Camellia: description and photo

The genus Camellia (Camellia) belongs to the Tea family and unites more than 200 species of shrubs and small trees common in the subtropical...

Campsis: description, landing and care rules

Campsis (Campsis) - a beautiful fast-growing vine of the Bignoniaceae family. The homeland of the plant is the subtropics of North America and East...

Canna flower: types and varieties

Canna is the only genus of plants in the Cannaaceae family. It includes many different species and varieties that differ in size, as well...

Carnation pinnate or terry

Carnation pinnate (Dianthus plumaris) or Hungarian (Dianthus hungaricus) is a herbaceous perennial from the genus carnations , a popular flower culture. Family: cloves. ...

Carnations: Flowers of God

The most common among the various species are: annual; biennial or perennial carnation. Also commonly accepted is the scientific name "Dianthus" given by the...

Castor bean plant: types, varieties, application

Castor bean (Ricinus) is a monotypic genus of perennial evergreen shrubs of the Euphorbiaceae family, widely distributed wild in tropical and subtropical regions throughout...

Castor oil: properties, description and cultivation of plants from seeds

Despite the fact that the history of castor bean has more than 4000 years, its homeland has not yet been so reliably determined. Some...

Cattleya orchid flower (Сattleya)

Cattleya is a genus of perennial herbs of the orchid family (Orchidaceae), native to the tropics of Central and South America. Most species are...

Ceanothus (red root): photo, care and cultivation

One of the notable features of the ceanotus or red-root plant is that its various species, growing close to each other, easily interbreed with...

Celosia (Celosia) species: pinnate, paniculate, pampas and caracas

Plant type: annual. Description: These graceful annuals were first discovered in the tropics of Asia and other warm countries. There are two most common types...

Centradenia (Centradenia) – annual flowers

Plant type: semi-shrub. Description: These are evergreen flowers that bloom in winter. They reach a height of about 60 cm. Despite the fact that in...

Cephalaria: flowers for borders and bouquets

Plant type: perennial. Origin: These hardy plants were first discovered in Europe. Flowering: summer. The shades of flowers are yellow, cream, and their shape...

Cereus (Cereus): classification, reproduction and care

Cereus cacti are tree-like, bushy or branching plants with a well-developed crown, from 1.5 to 15 m in height, up to 50 cm in...

Ceropegia: description, care and reproduction

The name of the flower ceropegia comes from the Greek word Ceropegia, which means "candelabra". Indeed, the flowers of this plant with two-lobed outer...

Chamerops: care and reproduction at home

Chamerops is a genus of plants in the palm family. Homeland - Western Mediterranean and Southern Europe. The genus includes 2 species (with varieties),...

Chamomile (Chamomile) garden, meadow, field – description

Plant type: herbaceous. Homeland: Mediterranean, South Africa, countries of the East. Chamomile - description They are hardy perennial and annual herbs. They grow from 30 to 60...

Chelone flowers: pink flamingos

Plant type: perennial. Description: This is a hardy plant that reaches a height of 90 cm to 1.8 m. The large height of the flower...

Chernogolovka (Prunella) – perennial flower

Plant type: herbaceous. Description: This hardy plant has been used medicinally for centuries. In fact, it is completely edible and can be consumed internally, as...

China (Lathyrus) tuberous and broad-leaved: tips for growing

Plant type: perennial or annual. Description: These hardy plants can be ascending or bushy. The upward growing vines can reach a height of 1.8 meters...

Chinese tea bush (Camellia sinensis): green, black and other species

Plant type: perennial. Description: It is a woody, perennial evergreen plant whose leaves and leafy buds are used to make Chinese tea. White, green, black...

Chionodox flower: types and varieties, planting and care

Chionodox - flowers for true connoisseurs of sophisticated and refined plants. Their unpretentious, unobtrusive beauty is not striking by the brightness of colors or...

Chlorophytum flowers

Chlorophytum flowers are a houseplant so familiar to us that sometimes we do not pay any attention to its presence in the interior. There...
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